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Win 3 Months of Slacker Radio Premium from BlackBerry Cool

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Face it, you haven’t bought a new music since Bittersweet Symphony and your collection of jams is too embarrassing for anything but a late 90′s theme party. Slacker Radio & BlackBerry Cool wants to curb your embarrassment by giving away a 3-month subscription to Slacker Radio Premium.
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Slacker Radio Launches On-Demand Music Service

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It appears that in the fierce battle between the streaming music offerings, Slacker Radio is upping the ante. Slacker now offers three tiers of service that range from the entirely free Slacker Basic Radio service, to the ad-free Slacker Radio Plus to on-demand access with Slacker Premium Radio for $9.99/month.

Slacker Premium Radio now allows:
• Search, play and replay specific songs or entire albums
• Create specific playlists on mobile and on the web
• Off-line playback of stations, playlists and albums on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, Android and BlackBerry smartphones
• Replay specific songs on programmed and custom stations
• Browse and play “Favorite” songs, now collected in one location
• Unlimited song skipping
• Ad-free listening
• Complete song lyrics (when available)
• Browse Top Charts on all Slacker genre stations
• “Peek Ahead” artist, album and song preview
• Ability to skip forward and backward
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RIM Introduces BlackBerry Radio App to US Beta Zone Users

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Later today, US BlackBerry Beta Zones users will be invited to try out RIM’s latest app called BlackBerry Radio. The upcoming radio discovery app brings a variety of music services such as Slacker, Pandora, Clear Channel and Corus all into a single app. Other features include:
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Music WithMe Updated With More Playlists and Improved Speeds

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Music WithMe lets you wirelessly sync your iTunes playlists with your BlackBerry and the app has been updated to 1.4v. The new version improves download speeds increases the amount of playlists you can sync. The average Music WithMe user has about 18 playlists, and the new version will accommodate the Music WithMe users who are big-time playlist creators.
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Rdio Subscription Web and Mobile Music Service Adds More Device Support

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Rdio (pronounced “ar-dee-oh”) let us know that they’ve added support for the Curve 85XX, Storm and Torch. If you’re not familiar with them, Rdio is a subscription music service that lets you listen to as much music as you want from the web or your phone, even when you’re offline. The service also has a social component that lets you discover music through friends or influencers.

Rdio Unlimited costs $9.99/month, and supports both web and mobile use. Rdio Web costs $4.99/month, and supports web use only. Check out Rdio at this link.

Rhapsody for BlackBerry Beta App Now Available for Download

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Rhapsody is a pretty cool music subscription service that lets you find music and play for a monthly fee. Users have been waiting for a BlackBerry app and now one is available in beta form. The app allows you to:

  • Search or browse for your favorites – Find the artist, album or track you want. Browse new releases, staff picks, charts and more. Play any song you find with one tap.
  • Listen while you text, surf and play – BlackBerry lets you run simultaneous apps, so you’ll be able to have your music rolling no matter what you’re doing.
  • Tune in to Rhapsody Radio – Listen to a station that’s programmed around your favorite artist or genre. Kick back and listen to a great mix of music.

Coming soon to the app is an Unlimited Downloading feature which will allow you to listen to music when you don’t have an active connection.

Download the beta by heading to rhapsody.com from your device.